Out of the Past: Week of June 15, 2011
65 years ago • June 20, 1946
Mr. and Mrs. F. Evarts Wells Jr. and sons, Kenneth and Brent, arrived in Williams Sunday morning to make their home here. They have purchased the F. J. Keys house on 111 Tabor St. and are now settled in their new home. Evarts Wells has joined the staff of the Williams News as printer and salesman. After his discharge from the Navy last September, Mr. Wells was in San Diego working in the composing room of the San Diego Union and also as a salesman for Fry and Smith.
50 years ago June 15, 1961
Kenneth McDaniel started last Saturday as a rural mail carrier for the Williams District. An increase in the population of Williams has made the rural delivery necessary, said Postmaster Kielhorn.
35 years ago June 17, 1976
One hour parking regulations will go into effect today on Bill Williams Avenue, Railroad Avenue and any other streets with a time limit on parking. The police department has had a considerable number of requests to enforce the one-hour parking rules in the downtown area.
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